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13 Students Deprived from Entering Exams in Al-Mansoura University
13 Students Deprived from Entering Exams in Al-Mansoura University
In a new escalation against MB students, the administration of Al-Mansoura University has dismissed 13 MB students from the Faculty of Law for a whole semester which means that they will not be allowed to study any of the second semester’s subjects on charges of organizing a protest in the Faculty within the framework of the “Classy With My Manners” campaign
Saturday, April 25,2009 01:43
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In a new escalation against MB students, the administration of Al-Mansoura University has dismissed 13 MB students from the Faculty of Law for a whole semester which means that they will not be allowed to study any of the second semester’s subjects on charges of organizing a protest in the Faculty within the framework of the “Classy With My Manners” campaign.

 

 

Students denounced the decision of their dismissal which aims at preventing them from holding any meaningful activities. They stressed that they would submit a grievance to the President of the University, will also prosecute in the Administrative Court in Mansoura City and will take all legal actions to stop this unfair decision from being implemented.

 

It is worth mentioning that Dr. El-Sayed Abdel Khaleq, Dean of the Faculty of Law, has earlier prevented ten of MB student from entering the exam of one subject in the first term exams.

tags: Al-Mansoura University / MB students / Students dismissed / Faculty of Law / Exams
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